Judge who ripped Charlie Strong disqualifies herself from USF player’s case

The videotaped hearing caught the attention of ESPN and USA Today, among others.

By Thursday morning, Judge Taylor issued an order voluntarily disqualifying herself from the case, citing a state judicial rule about a defendant fearing he won't get a fair hearing because of "prejudice or bias of the judge." Through her judicial assistant, she declined to comment Thursday morning.

A new judge is expected to hear the bond issue as early as Friday. Holt  said her office will agree to the condition that Jackson have no contact  with the woman in the case.